XPages Mobile AppsNiklas Heidloff, Architect and Community, IBMDanNotes 23.11.11 1
Agenda Types of Mobile Apps Mobile Controls from the XPages Extension Library Mobile Documents XCamera Mobile Address Book and To Dos (Mark Hughes) Mobile Contacts and Reminders (David Marko) Social mobile inbox 2
Types of Mobile Apps Types Pure native apps Hybrid apps Web apps Advantages of mobile web apps Easier to implement for various platforms based on standard skills No deployment Advantages of native apps New smartphone features available in native SDKs first Best possible performance and maximal UI capabilities Most mobile business applications are very easy ! 3
Mobile Controls from the Extension Library Based on Dojo 1.6.1 For WebKit based browsers Requires Domino 8.5.3 Reusable controls for common scenarios, e.g. views Styles for iPhone and Android Development using standard XPages techniques 4
XCamera XPage which accesses the camera via PhoneGap 6
Mobile Address Book and To Dos (Mark Hughes) Access to personal or public address book and mailboxes without template changes Supports offline including offline content creation 7
Mobile Contacts and Reminders (David Marko) Contacts and reminders – online and offline reading Access to mail and calendar 8
Social Mobile Inbox Access to Domino, Connections Profiles, activities, communities, LotusLive Symphony Based on the XPages Social Enabler 9
References XPages Mobile Controls: http://extlib.openntf.org XCamera: http://mobilecontrols.openntf.org Mobile Documents: http://mobiledocuments.openntf.org Mobile Address Book: http://www.openntf.org/p/mAddressBook Mobile To Dos: http://www.openntf.org/p/ITANA Tasks Mobile Help App: http://www.openntf.org/p/XPages Help Application Mobile Contacts and Reminders: http://www.openntf.org/p/Mobile contacts and reminders 10
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